Pulling no punches on head's cowboy act

25th February 2011 at 00:00

Sir Michael Wilshaw wants heads to fight "the good fight" but when primary heads do that and boycott the key stage 2 SATs, he says he is ashamed of them. Just what experience does Sir Michael have as a primary head faced with that decision? A career in politics beckons.

Phil Delnon, Supply teacher, Kent.

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